CEPT Satellite Workshop 2020 - Postponed to 2021
New dates in 2021 to be decided
Advances in satellite technology in recent years have seen the need for ECC to adapt and create new regulations both at a CEPT level and also globally within the ITU framework. Improvements in launch capabilities and reductions in satellite size result in lower barriers to entry and allow for opportunities for new applications. Proposed ‘megaconstellations’ of large numbers of low earth orbiting satellites are currently under development and some are already in the launch phase. There are also an increasing number of proposed constellations targeted at addressing M2M/IoT low-duty cycle applications in remote areas. Furthermore, there is increasing demand for ubiquitous connectivity on the move, for which ‘earth stations in motion’ on-board aircraft, ships and trains play an important role.
This workshop aims to address the technical and regulatory challenges raised by new satellite technologies and applications, as well as the need to continue to meet the requirements of existing applications. Agenda items for WRC-23 related to satellite issues will be addressed.
More information including the proposed agenda for the workshop and registration will be available here soon. The workshop was originally scheduled for 25-26 November 2020 but is postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. New dates for 2021 are under consideration.
Updated: 15 December 2020, 10:40